An attention-catching video has captured brilliant kids speaking fluent Queen’s British English and social media users could not stop hailing them.
In the video, the students hilariously corrected mispronunciations. Dressed in their uniforms, the kids smoothly pronounced words like ‘fuel’ and ‘policeman’, evoking laughter from viewers.
Nigerians got impressed as they commended the students’ impeccable language skills and praised their teacher for the evident effort invested in their training. The video was shared by a man, who appeared to be an educator.
The children in the video skillfully corrected mispronounced words including “gateman,” “policeman,” “father,” “biscuit,” and “fuel.” Taking turns, they playfully imitated incorrect pronunciations before confidently providing the accurate ones.
Watch the video below:
The video triggered reactions as netizens showered encomium on the kids. Many shared their funny thoughts. Some reactions are shown below:
chinwennaocha said, “Don’t say faaada 😂😂, say Fatherr!”
Mereeee said, “Don’t say fadaaa”.
Uche said, “Chewsday”.
Collinswrld_ said, “Don’t Say Fuel, Say Fill omo Naija no dey carry last.”
Queen__shankees said, “It’s the okay at the end for me. The man is tired.”
Lbankzzzz said, “As much as i find comedy in your videos. These young ladies are so poised, well spoken and they have beautiful accents.”
BlackEnglishman said, “Thanks and God bless you. I appreciate your kind words.”
Pretty miracle said, “Flew keh una no fit correct me.”
Mayor said, “The last girl is so cute 💕 beauty with brain”.
Festus said, “Make dem focus nrmr for life😂 Cuz as den 14 so na man biznes boku kin put hand pan”.